NBA Draft Update: Recruits

The 2012 NBA Draft Combine is approaching and Marshall LLC is pleased to provide you with an update on our recruits. First let’s talk about the Combine itself. When you pronounce it the first syllable is accentuated as such: COMbine. This is a televised event that players come to by invitation only. The Combine consists of two to three days of the following: basketball drills and athletic and physical testing (like jumping tests, height and weight measurements, quickness and speed drills, shooting drills) and of course interviews with the media. Usually held in the Windy City, Chicago, IL, you can also usually find clips of each days events at the Combine on You tube. Considered the only real major gathering of NBA draft prospects with team and league executives, nearly every player who hopes to be selected in the NBA Draft is expected to be there. The tentative dates for this year’s Combine are June 6th, 7th and 8th.

Our hope and prayers are that all of our recruits will be invited to the event. Godspeed.

Introducing Recruit Paul Crosby:



Date Of Birth: N/A
Birthplace:Lansing, Michigan(United States)
Nationality:United States
Height: 6-8 (203cm) Weight:245 (111kg)
Current NBA Status:Draft Eligible in 2012
College: Mississippi Valley State (2012)

AA Regular Season Stats (Click here for detailed NCAA stats.)
2008-2009 Fr Navarro No Stats Available
2009-2010 So Navarro No Stats Available
2010-2011 Jr Mississippi Valley State 22 29.8 .427 .368 .649 7.05 1.86 1.55 0.86 3.14 12.09
2011-2012 Sr Mississippi Valley State 34 32.8 .393 .293 .722 7.35 1.65 1.56 0.82 2.50 13.12
CAREER 56 31.6 .405 .311 .690 7.23 1.73 1.55 0.84 2.75 12.71

Awards & Honors:
SWAC Player of the Year(2012)
SWAC First Team All-Conference(2011, 2012)
SWAC All-Tournament Team(2012)

Crosby was ranked in the top 10 in three different categories this season. He was fifth in scoring with an average of 13.3 points per game, third in rebounding with 7.4 per contest and fourth in steals with 1.5 per game.

Here are links to articles on recruits: Ricardo Ratilffe, Jordan Theodore, Ronnie Moss, and Paul Crosby:

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